Green light for Crossrail overstation £300m office block

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Joint developers Aviva Investors and Crossrail have gained planning for a landmark overstation office block at Liverpool Street in London.

The Eric Parry designed 10-storey building will provide 260,000 sq ft of offices with ground floor shops within a new building known as One Liverpool Street.

The existing site is split into two: one part straddling the Crossrail Station and the other part requiring demolition of a 1980s office building.

Demolition of the current building at 1-14 Liverpool Street will now get underway with the site being cleared by the start of next summer.

Construction of the new building is expected to be complete, including fit-out, by the start of 2023.

The design team includes Mott MacDonald as a structural consultant and AECOM delivering building services.

WT Partnership is the project manager, with Gardiner & Theobald acting as cost consultant.

 

This article was first seen on https://www.constructionenquirer.com/2019/11/06/green-light-for-crossrail-overstation-300m-office-block/

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